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Raikkonen 'Sorry' for Crashing Out at Bahrain Testing

Kimi Raikkonen during Final Day of Bahrain Testing (Photo: Scuderia Ferrari)   It was an eventful final day for Kimi Raikkonen as his testing programme was cut short when he spun and crashed his Ferari F14T towards the end of the afternoon session. This forced the red flag and brought the final day of testing in Bahrain to a premature end. Raikkonen’s car crashed heavily near the exit of Turn 4, dislocating the front wing / nose assembly and and incurring heavy damage to the left front suspension. The Finnish driver is unhurt. In spite of the setback, Raikkonen remained unflustered and was able to complete 82 laps around the Sakhir circuit before the crash. “I spun on the kerb at...
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